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Publications and Presentations

Gender SEAMS Selected Publications and Presentations

Lewis, R., Sharp, E., Remnant, J.,*& Redpath, R**. (2015) 'Safe spaces': experiences of feminist women-only space' Sociological Research Online http://www.socresonline.org.uk/20/4/9.html

Sharp, E.A., & Durham-DeCesaro. (2015). Modeling Innovative Methodological Practices in a Dance/Family Studies Transdisciplinary Project. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 7, 367–380. ***WINNER OF THE NATIONAL ANSELM STRAUSS AWARD FOR QUALITATIVE FAMILY RESEARCH ***

DeCesaro-Durham, G., & Sharp, E. A. (2014) Almost Drowning: Data as a Troubling Anchor in a Dance/Social Science Collaboration. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 13, 411-421.

Sharp, E.A., Weiser, D., Lavigne, D., & Kelly, C. (Conditionally Accepted). From Furious to Fearless: Feminist Faculty Activism in Response to Rape Culture on College Campuses. Family Relations.

Purcell, J.,* Oldham, R.,* Weiser, D., & Sharp, E.A. (Revise and Resubmit). Lights, Camera, Activism: Using a Community-Based Film Series to Encourage Feminist Discourse on Campus Sexual Violence on College Campuses and Beyond. Family Relations.

Kelly, L.,* Christopher, S.,* and Sharp, E A. (Under Review). Injecting Feminism into Undergraduate Research: In Defense of Jessica's Valenti's Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Women's Guide to Why Feminism Matters. Feminist Teacher.

Sharp, E., A., & Sam Christopher* (In preparation). Foregrounding Space and Affect in Qualitative Data Collection: Walking Interviews and Emotion Mapping. Qualitative Psychology.

Sharp, E., A., & Sam Christopher* (2016, November; accepted). Foregrounding Space and Affect in Qualitative Data Collection: Walking Interviews and Emotion Mapping. Paper to be presented as part of Symposium: "Innovations in Qualitative Methodology: New Twists on Data Collection and Analysis." National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Overbeck, A.,** Lieway, M.*, & Sharp, E.A.(2016, October, Accepted). Mapping Sex Trafficking Protocols in Lubbock, TX Hotels. Paper to be presented at the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking. Lincoln, Nebraska.

Christopher, S.*, Sharp, E., Moreno, A. **, & Thompson, L.* (November, 2015) "I don't need feminism": A content analysis of (dis)empowerment, sexualization, and bodies of women who hate feminism. Poster presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Annual Conference. Albuquerque, NW.

Kelly, L.*, Christopher, S.*, & Sharp, E.A. (November, 2015). Reaching Across Generations: Using a Popular Press Book to Engage Young Adults in Feminist Research. Roundtable session presented at the National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference, Vancouver, CA.

Sharp, E.A., & Christopher, S. * (2016, April). Foregrounding Emotion and Embodiment in Feminist Data Collection. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Women's Studies Annual Conference. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.

Dalquist,K.,** Chroback, K.,** Gambrell, K.,** Torres-Sesmas, C.,** Nguyen, D.,** Sill, K,** Moreno, A.,** Finlayson, B.,** Purcell, J.*, & Sharp, E.A. (2016 April). Navigating Desire: Romance and Body Image among First Year College Women. Panel presented at the 32nd Annual Women's Studies Annual Conference. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.

Overbeck, A.,** Lieway, M.*, & Sharp, E.A. (2016, April). Mapping Sex Trafficking Protocols in Lubbock Hotels. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Women's Studies Annual Conference. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.

Purcell, J.*, Oldham, R.,* Christopher, S.,* Weiser, D. & Sharp, E.A. (2015, October). Feminist Framings for Films: Taking the Classroom to the Community. Paper presented at the Gender & Gender Identity Colloquium, Lubbock, Texas.

Christopher, S.*, Heebner, T.**, Moreno, A.**, Dalquist, D.**, Chroback, K.**, Sharp, E.A. (2015, October). "I don't need feminism": A Content Analysis of (Dis)Empowerment, Sexualization, and Bodies of Women Who Hate Feminism. Paper presented at the Gender & Gender Identity Colloquium, Lubbock, Texas.

Finlayson, B.,** Purcell, J. *, Gambrell, K.,*, & Sharp, E.A. (2015, October). Who Killed the Powerpoint Star? Using Student-Created Videos in an Undergraduate Classroom. Paper presented at the Gender Identity Colloquium, Lubbock, Texas.

Human Development and Family Studies